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Monthly Archives: March 2013
You could always count on him for a second.
The latest on the RIB lawsuit is that the defense law firm of Donovan Hatem LLP just noticed two additional attorneys to their team: Kelly Martin Malone, a partner and seasoned litigator, and Matthew Lenzi, an associate who is also … Continue reading
One Thousand Thirty Two citizens participated in this year’s Town Meeting Referendum. Every warrant article passed. Brad Harriman defeated incumbent Chuck Storm 64%-36%. ARTICLE 1: ELECTION OF TOWN OFFICERS Selectman Brad Harriman 3-Years 623 Charles “Chuck” Storm 355 Treasurer John … Continue reading
Today I received more information from the town about the RIB lawsuit. As it turns out, they do have the flow rates for the first three weeks, as well as a written description of how and why they feel they … Continue reading
I got the records of flow to the RIB during the first three weeks. Here’s a graph from the RIB Worksheet data: After that, the daily flows vary between practically nothing, and several days of similar high flow rates. This goes … Continue reading
We’ve all heard it before: “I’ll sue you!”. A wise lawyer once told me that people who say that have never tried it. The same lawyer also says that civil suits often have nothing to do with being right. A … Continue reading